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DRUM TUTORIAL – Jazz Drumming – The Basic Pattern

by | Oct 14, 2017 | DRUMS, JAZZ

DRUM TUTORIAL – Jazz Drumming – The Basic Pattern

In this tutorial made by  Niels Myrner, you are going to learn the basic Jazz drum set pattern. The trainer shows you how to count the rhythm using the following pattern : 1 e A 2 e A 3 e A 4 e A.


A really nice introduction to jazz drumming.

Level : Intermediate

  • DRUM TUTORIAL – Jazz Drumming – The Basic Pattern
  • Tutorial Duration = 4min20sec  

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